Jeff Chaus entered the New Jersey Real Estate market in 1986 with the undisputable experience of setting up and running/managing the Warehousing Distribution Operation of his family’s garment business, (the publicly traded Bernard Chaus Inc.) in Secaucus, NJ. Over the years of Jeff’s leadership, the company continually expanded into its ultimate 500,000 square foot state of the art distribution center.
Those years proved to be invaluable. He has the first hand experience, and understands the needs of his clients, often before they do. He is an expert in warehousing, distribution and logistics, enabling him to stand out amongst his competitors. The proof is in the fact that his clients have remained loyal for over the past 23 years.
Jeff is the original founding member of Chaus Realty and has been active in the New Jersey Real Estate market since 1986. He has consistently leased over 1,000,000 square feet for Hartz Mountain Industries, and has received Broker of the Year award for numerous years. The Costar Group of Northern New Jersey has recognized him as Power Broker of the Year in 2002, 2004, 2005, and 2007.
Born and raised in NJ, Jeff attended Quinnipiac University, and received and advanced degree in Textile Science from the State University of New York.
Jeff is an avid tennis player, is devoted to his family, friends and clients; he has been a champion for the less fortunate.
Over the last several years, Brian Scheuer has emerged as one of the most prolific commercial real estate brokers in Northern New Jersey.
During a recent seven-month window, Mr. Scheuer sold over 800,000 square feet of investment real estate in the Meadowlands, including the prominent “Prada” building.
The breadth of Mr. Scheuer’s deals reflect the range and diversity of Chaus Realty. From investment sales, to office and industrial requirements, on both the tenant rep and user sides of the fence, Chaus Realty truly does it all.
Brian is a graduate of Boston University, and has a Masters degree from Columbia University.
He is an avid basketball fan, and coached a boys varsity basketball team at a private school in Bergen County.
Brian is a strong supporter of Wesleyan University in general, and the men’s basketball program in particular